Who are Cambridge MAC?

In 2004, a small group of people met together with a vision to make a practical Christian response to the growing problem of debt in our city and country. This led to the establishment of MAC - The Cambridge Money Advice Centre. Since then we have seen remarkable growth and real answers to prayer.

It was initially through the Citizens’ Advice Bureau that we received our first clients, referred by them because of the sheer demand and the fact that they trusted us to do a professional job. As we have become known so other clients have been recommended to us. Recently, we have been able to forge links with the Housing Support Services, Family, Social and Mental Health services

Trained and experienced…

Our advisers are fully trained to provide debt advice and have a wealth of experience between them. All of them are volunteers and represent many churches in Cambridge.

We are part of Community Money Advice, which assists churches and other community organisations in setting up debt advice centres in their local community and supports us in the work we do.

Thank you to Local Giving for their grant in support of our work.

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We are pleased to acknowledge the support of a Community Grant from Cambridge City Council.

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This year, we are also happy to acknowledge the grant we have received from the Warwick and Dominey Fund, a charitable fund managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation.

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